Back to School season has come and gone and the holiday rush looms ahead of us, sometimes with joy, something menacingly. For many this time, this autumn/winter cups is the busiest time of the year. For me this year in particular holds extra stress for me as it’s my first holiday season away from my extended family. Prepping for the holidays emotionally and logistically involves thinking across time zones and between two cities. And yet during this time I/we can’t neglect taking care of ourselves, including our skin.
My skincare routine is very simple, partially because I don’t have the patience, time, ability, or desire to invest precious time and money into complicated and expensive products and treatments. I am thankful for great genes that means hardly any breakouts but I also wash my face everyday and moisturize. I moisturize a lot. I find that as a 35 year old woman I use less makeup than I used to, leaning towards tinted moisturizers over heavy foundations.
Banishing breakouts while offering users a sensational experience, the Neutrogena Pink Grapefruit cream, gel, and scrub cleansers cuts through oil to speed the delivery of maximum-strength acne medicine, salicylic acid (2%) to the source of breakouts. Also the Pink Grapefruit line comes in a convenient, non-medicated daily use cleansing wipes, which are the perfect solution for on-the-go use, sweeping away pore clogging dirt and oil in one simple step. The Neutrogena Oil-Free Pink Grapefruit Line will leave your skin feeling clean, soft and refreshed.
I’ve only been using the products a few days and I especially love the wipes and the scrub. They both smell really delicious and fresh. I keep the scrub in the shower and both my teenage daughter and pareja have commented on the yummy smell. My daughter said she loved the way it made her skin feel as well. Me, I like it fast and simple, which is why I’m a real fan of the wipes.
I really like this line and think that some of you will too. I encourage you to check it out and incorporate it into your routine.
This is a sponsored/compensated post in collaboration with Neutrogena and Latina Bloggers Connect.